In the presence of UN, international officials; Al-Kabir and Al-Hibri discuss CBL unification

The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir and his deputy, Ali Al-Hibri, discussed with the ambassadors of the countries of Egypt, the United States, Spain, Germany, and the European Union the progress of the bank’s unification process and the recent progress made to advance the reunification process with the help of Deloitte International Company as an advisor and assistant.

The meeting, which was held via video technology on Wednesday, was attended by the UN Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Libya Stephanie Williams, and officials from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank within the Berlin Process Economic Working Group.

The co-chairs of the Economic Working Group stressed the importance of reunifying the Central Bank for the ongoing political process in the country, while also emphasizing the need to preserve the unity and independence of the country’s sovereign economic and financial institutions.

The presidents expressed their support for all reunification efforts and the provision of technical assistance; which will require further consultations in the coming period.

Al-Kabir had agreed with Al-Habri, during a meeting earlier, to launch the process of unifying the Central Bank according to the roadmap proposed by the international professional services company, Deloitte.

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